As the effects of the pandemic play out, in-house legal must carry an even greater burden as corporate risks and regulatory demands rise, the employee landscape changes, and budgets are revised.
As risks rise, companies navigating the “new normal” caused by the COVID-19 pandemic must pay particular attention to privacy initiatives and the recent DOJ update to compliance guidelines.
On July 16, the CJEU invalidated the Privacy Shield, marking the latest calamity between the US and the EU relating to privacy and data security. Given the wide-reaching impact of this protocol — and its centrality to sensitive, valuable work — this decision will have a major impact on transatlantic commerce a...
A rapidly evolving and complex data environment puts pressure on in-house legal and IT professionals to understand each other for the good of the enterprise. Ongoing communication becomes a vital part of the picture.
With white collar crime on the rise, companies must increase their vigilance and be on the alert for bad actors, taking all necessary steps to identify any malfeasance as quickly as possible. The negative downside consequences to a slow reaction can be steep.
An H5 on-demand webinar presents a new interpretation of the eDiscovery workflow, exploring automated and AI-enabled processes and technologies for maximizing efficiencies and reducing costs and risks that converge with other data management imperatives such as data privacy and privilege.
With a bit of forward-thinking, companies can avoid some of the future problems that COVID-19 will likely cause. Here are 4 ways to be proactive.
Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement may need to respond to an uptick in matters as the COVID-19 crisis persists. Here are a few things to keep in mind regarding FCPA monitoring and investigations that could help keep things in check.
As the corporate world reels from COVID-19, risks are emerging everywhere. Will the corporate compliance function be strong enough to handle it?
There is a substantive difference between identifying what is responsive for production versus honing in on the key information that ultimately decides a case or investigation, and a good discovery strategy reflects that distinction. Find out why it makes a difference.